Recent cyberattacks on MGM Resorts and Caesars highlight vulnerabilities in identity access management (IAM). While casinos deploy advanced physical security, digital networks often rely on outdated password systems. Modern IAM must shift from mere authentication to genuine identity verification, using technologies like biometrics and blockchain for improved security...
If law enforcement officers can use technology to track people, then people ought to be able to return the favor, according to a robotics hacker who created a service enabling people to monitor police activity using Bluetooth.
Denizens of the dark web are forming communities to share tips and tricks for “jailbreaking” generative AI systems, as well as offering “custom” systems of their own.
Despite the growing disdain for the cumbersome process of creating and entering passwords, the transition toward a future without them is gaining traction at a surprisingly slow pace.
Cyber insurance premiums are soaring as insurers limit what's covered, exposing a gap in cybersecurity financial safety nets, according to a new report.
In its annual Consumer Impact Report, the ITRC noted that 16% of victims seeking support from the organization in 2023 acknowledged they had contemplated suicide after having their identity compromised, a substantial increase compared to 2022, when 10% had such thoughts.
Scammers, posing as bioscience and health companies, are enticing students to attend a video call about a job with the intention of getting them to pay bogus fees as a condition of employment.
Let's talk about security this week in the context of HP's Quarterly Security Report, and what HP is doing to step up to the problem. Then we'll close with what may be my new favorite phone: the Motorola 2023 Razr foldable phone.
The U.S. Department of Justice has another feather in its cyberwarfare cap after taking down the cybercrime network of Turla, a criminal gang linked to Russia called one of the world's most sophisticated cyber-espionage groups.
Like a persistent piece of malware that your antivirus product just can't seem to eradicate, the annual RSA cybersecurity conference was back with a vengeance this year. But while the malware example is inherently malicious, the industry event seemed to be bustling with goodwill and a positive messa...